Danner Jag Low Hiking Shoe - Men's

Danner Jag Low Hiking Shoe - Men's
Danner Jag Low Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Jag Low Hiking Shoe - Men's by Danner
If your day just doesn't feel complete without the feel of some fresh dirt beneath your feet, even for just a few minutes, then the Danner Jag Low Hiking Shoe might be the perfect town-to-trail shoe to fit your always-adventuring lifestyle. Inspired by an original Danner design from the 1980's, this versatile shoe was built for style and performance both on the trail and around town. Thanks to its nylon and suede upper you'll have rugged protection when you're pounding out quick day hikes, and a look that's not out of place when you head back to the city. The waffle outsole adapts to a variety of surfaces, so whether you're exploring on sidewalks or single track it's got you covered with reliable traction. An Ortholite footbed and cushioned EVA midsole tack on comfort and support, giving you just another reason to make this the only shoe you own.

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SKU: DAN003S
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